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No.  Version 1.04+ is a bit old but performs some functions which are still as
useful as they ever were.  (And the message "/usr/lib/sendmail could have a
hole/bug!" is still right although the cert advisory quoted could be changed.)

(1.04+ contains an assortment of minor fixes and enhancements to 1.04,
and was released in 1993 by the original author (Dan Farmer).)

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